Hi! I’m Regina (I also go by Regi). I’m a wife to an awesome guy and mom of four amazing kids (actually teens and college-aged “kids”).
I started my fitness and health journey in high school, when I started running. I went out for sports, but all the natural athletic ability went to my brothers. In college, I found my place in a step aerobics class. Music, simple choreography and a Step were my jam. This led to me teaching fitness classes and working as a personal trainer. I also changed my major to recreation therapy and fitness management. I had just begun to experience the power that movement can have on all the choices you make, and I wanted to share my passion and inspire others to move and feel better. All these years later, I still have the same passion.
Along the journey I also discovered the beauty of mindfulness. Mindfulness is something you most likely have experienced at some level when you are working out. However, learning how to connect the dots and create greater changes in your headspace and body can go a long way to your quality and joy of life. Beyond your workout and yoga practice. And with personal experience, I also I know and understand how our bodies change and how they respond as we age. How we lose weight, gain weight, feel good, etc… is much different than a 20-something.
Along with group exercise, previously holding certifications with Stott Pilates, I received my 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training with Chrissy Carter, in NYC, NY. I’ve had additional Power Yoga Teacher training with Baptiste Power Yoga and Luca Richards. My Health Coaching Certification is through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition.
I believe God did an amazing job in creating us and wired into us the ability to heal A LOT of issues. However, culture has replaced many of the natural remedies with man-made ones–and they just aren’t as good. My coaching is on the holistic side, focusing on all of you, not just calories in and calories burned, nor the USDA’s recommended totals. There is a lot more at play than calories. I also teach a variety of yoga and fitness classes. No matter your previous experience or level of fitness, there is a class for you.
This site is the home base for sharing with you the practice of mindfulness and movement. I offer you the tools: via yoga and fitness classes, as well blog posts and and courses, that will help you improve your health: mind, body and soul.
I love teaching in real life, but after many years of doing this kind of work, I realize that sometimes the best way to connect is on our own time and virtually, removing the barrier of drive time.
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